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Re: Re:moist heat/ Jacuzzi

Hello Daryl,
    I am pretty sure the model number on our Jacuzzi is Premium J 315. If I
remember correctly it is 6' x 6' platform. Holds about 260 gallons of water.
Sits on our deck and is plugged into 115. This winter we will run 220 to the
tub so it can raise the heat level of the water more quickly and keep the
temps up with the lid off and us in it during winter. Has computer chip
controls, does most of the maintenance function in its own time... starts up
and shuts off, monitors the temps, etc. Check out the web site at
    Incidentally we went with Jacuzzi for it was the inventor of the motor
for hot spas. Everyone else is a imitation. Surprisingly enough they were
also the cheapest in price, but looked the best. Has a quality look and
    If you end up with any more questions after the web site let me know. do
my best to answer.
    Gene E. Bush
Munchkin Nursery & Gardens, llc
Zone 6/5  Southern Indiana

----- Original Message -----
From: "Daryl" <pulis@mindspring.com>

> Gene,
> Thanks for the tips.  Do you have a model number available?
> We've been looking off and on for quite a while, and had almost settled on
> "Soft Tub" because of its portability and energy efficiency. It would be
> perfect to put outside for the summer, and bring into the garage or
> room for the winter.
> Unfortunately, it is fairly shallow for tall people. It also has no seats,
> and I don't flex as well as I did a few decades ago, so we're back to
> looking.
> Daryl

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